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Fresh update on "hutchinson" discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

00:37 sec | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hutchinson" discussed on Balance of Power

"But there's no indication in particular that DoJ has subpoenaed or interviewed some of the main people that we've seen highlighted in this trial. In this hearing, there's no indication DoJ talked to Cassidy Hutchinson, perhaps they have, but there's no indication that they have. And I think there is a fair criticism of Merrick Garland that whatever he may decide the clock is ticking. And the longer he takes to make this decision, the more difficult it's going to be politically particularly if Donald Trump, in the meantime, announces that he's running in 2024. Now you're talking about not just indicting the former president, but the presumptive FrontRunner for one of the two major party. So I am critical of the pace here. I understand investigations take timing at the build them. I've been there, but this is too long. 18 months and counting. Given the seriousness of these crimes, the OJ should have already done their diligence and already made a call. Thanks to Ellie honig of lowenstein Sandler. Coming up, we'll get a comprehensive view of the economy from Ed

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"hutchinson" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:03 min | 1 d ago

"hutchinson" Discussed on WCPT 820

"And trust ninja. Social climber Hutchinson. Social, I don't understand. None of this makes sense. Okay. And by the way, where was the tweet I sent you? Someone that knows people from the hang on. Oh, please. Oh, please, hang on. I'll find it. We're gonna have to play that jingle again, aren't we? Yeah. By the time we get to this. Oh, Trump allies have been trying. Oh, yes, you're Ali, who's very credible. Said Trump allies have been trying to frame Cassidy Hutchinson role in The White House's low level. The two former White House aides tell me that senior White House aides were bumped off Air Force One so the Hutchinson could have a seat Meadows required that she'd be on board. Pictures over in all these oval offices meetings, right? Yeah, that's a lot of coffee. She was in the room where it happened. Okay, here is the statement from. No, you have to do it again. Okay, so subclavian Hutchinson learned about my tech on our great super Secret Service. Okay, and everyone now is saying Tony ornato is a complete liar. And he needs to go under oath. Okay. A better writing than Buenos I don't know what he's talking about, but lied about throwing food in a wall and he would love his I bet you the valet can probably confirm that. It was the dining room at the Oval Office. That's the line right there. And lied about my wanting to be surmounted by people with guns during my go peacefully and patriotically speech. How crazy is that? And yet no guns were found in the capitol. These lies among others women owned. What is the justice moment going to do about this? Do we have to have a two tiered system of justice? That's weird because we're thinking the same thing. I know. Isn't that weird? You say it there, it comes out here. So that's where it takes a breath. 'cause you should also forgot to tell the answer. She was desperate to go to Florida in certain others of the Trump staff long after January 16th and gone. If I was to Eva, when did she find you her to stay as part of the magazine? This is no documented in writing. Why is it so long to tell? Make up these ridiculous and obviously big stories, even after previously sitting for hours long, had dead positions. Was it maybe her brand new lawyer? Okay. You

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Fresh update on "hutchinson" discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

01:09 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hutchinson" discussed on Balance of Power

"Of power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio still to come this hour, the Supreme Court deals a major blow to President Biden's climate agenda. I talk about it with UCLA law professor Blake Emerson and we'll get a comprehensive view of the economy from Ed Hyman of Evercore. But first, there was a lot of drama this week on Capitol Hill as the House select committee investigating the events of January 6th, held a surprise hearing the testimony from former White House aide Casey hutchison, who testified about what Donald Trump said and did on that day and what those around him said and did. Hutchinson testified she recalled White House counsel pat cipollone coming to the chief of staff's office as rioters arrived at the capitol. I remember pat saying something to the effect of Mark, we need to do something more, they're literally calling for the vice president to be effing Hong. And Mark had responded something to the effect of you heard him pat. He thinks my deserves that he doesn't think they're doing anything wrong. For his view on where the investigation stands, I spoke with Ellie hoenig, a white collar criminal specialist at lowenstein Sandler, who earlier served as an assistant United States attorney for the southern district of New York. The biggest piece of information that we got was the Cassidy Hutchinson for the first time directly linked Donald Trump to the violence that erupted in the capitol on January 6th. Now up to that point, the committee I think had made a compelling argument that this was a broader conspiracy and attempt to steal the election by pressuring state election officials by pressuring DoJ officials by pressuring the vice president. We got right to the attack itself and the key piece of testimony from Cassidy Hutchinson was that right before Donald Trump took the stage to make his speech on the ellipse his speech where he says we're going to go down to the capitol and show strength and fight like health. He acknowledged that he knew the crowd was armed had weapons. And he said, take down the mag, with the metal detectors. Because they're not here to hurt me. So that shows Donald Trump knew that crowd that he pointed towards the capitol was armed and was there for him. I think that's a hugely important piece of information. So there's a lot of politics and political significance perhaps from these hearings. But what about the law? I mean, put yourself back in your prosecutor's shoes. You've put on cases. You've been in trials against accused criminals. If you were putting her on the stand, what would it be to prove? What is the probative weight of what she had to say? I think there's quite a bit of probative way. And by the way, it's important to keep in mind. We did not see Cassidy Hutchinson cross examine. And that goes for all of these hearings. And we are talking about two different formats, two different procedures here. This is a congressional hearing. There is no defense lawyer present. There's no defense witnesses and there's no cross examination. So we should not assume that everything we see from the committee would translate one to one over to the criminal context. It would be subject to a more adversarial process. Cassidy Hutchinson takes you in addition to the evidence I just talked about linking Donald Trump to violence, she takes you inside The White House. She tells us that as the attack was happening, Donald Trump not only refused to take action, but agreed with calls to hang Mike Pence, maybe not quite literally, but he expressed sympathy for that position. She links Mark Meadows to the meetings that were happening in the Willard war room with Rudy Giuliani and others in the days leading up to January 6th. She talks about how certain people, including Mark Meadows and Rudy Giuliani, asked for pardon. So she's really to me the most direct inside look into The White House leading up to and during January 6th. Does she know every single thing? No, she was an aide, a big level aide. She wasn't there for some of the conversations. But I thought it was quite clear about what she did and did not know and to me that's a hallmark of credibility. You make a really compelling point here. We didn't see any cross examination. By the way, we didn't even see the sort of cross examination you might have in another hearing in which you had, for example, Republicans up there who are very much on the other side. There are two Republicans, but they've already said they think that what happened was outrageous. What does that say about the decision the strategic decision on the Republican side essentially not to show up not to have representation at this hearing? Yes, it's interesting. Of course, there was this whole political game where the Republicans offered up Jim Jordan and a slate of other people and Nancy Pelosi said, well, not Jim Jordan. I mean, as we can see, he's arguably involved in these events. And they ended up the Republicans other than Cheney and kenzan essentially ended up boycotting. And I think that sort of cuts both ways on the one hand, there is nobody there to give an opposing viewpoint while it is bipartisan. There's nobody there who's looking to make the argument for Donald Trump. On the other hand, it's sort of enables Republicans to make the argument that this is a one sided process. And that has been largely the rallying cry from Donald Trump and his most Ardent supporters. So it was a tactical decision I'm not sure whose benefit it ultimately inert do. So Ellie, coming back to the law for a minute. As I say, obviously, potentially very far reaching political consequences. What about on the law side? There's a lot of focus on the attorney general Merrick Garland right now. From what you've seen, obviously we haven't seen everything, but from what you've seen, is a case being built not just a colorable place, but one that actually could be proven beyond a reasonable doubt against the former president. Well, it's going to have to get to that point for Merrick Garland to charge it. Generally speaking DoJ guidance is technically you're allowed to charge a case if you have probable cause, which is a fairly low standard. But no good prosecutor charges a case on only that much evidence, particularly if you're talking about what would be the most politically fraught charge in probably this country's history of someone were to charge Donald Trump. So I think Merrick Garland is going to make darn sure that he has a case that he believes he can prove beyond a reasonable doubt. Now, look, there's a lot we do know and there's a lot we don't know about what Merrick Garland is doing. DoJ investigation. By nature take place somewhat in secret, although we do get glimpses of things we just learned that there were search warrants, for example, on Jeffrey Clark and John eastman to the lawyers who have been involved. We know that DoJ is investigating the stake electoral certificate scheme.

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Will Candace Owens Run for Office in 2024?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:10 min | 1 d ago

Will Candace Owens Run for Office in 2024?

"Just wanted to call in. Ask you a quick question. How often do you speak with Candace Owens and is she planning on running in 2024? Is she going to be one of these guys vice president? Well, I talked to Ken and zones often. I just talked to it like two days ago, but it's not one time that she says she's going to run for president. So I mean, rough of president or vice president. So, but I mean, I don't know, man. You know, I think that to be honest, you know, I think that Candace being a vice president would be crazy. You know, I mean, crazy and the fact that they're not going to be able to handle her. You know, I'm not on the train of go ahead and they think go ahead. I love watching her debate and I love watching her debate. I love watching her wreck these liberal retard and I don't know. I think it should be at least campaign manager or something she needs to be on one of their teams because she not only does she destroy the stereotype or whatever, but she also is just like one of the smartest people, let alone a woman. She's one of the smartest people I've ever

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Fresh update on "hutchinson" discussed on Wait Wait Don't Tell Me

Wait Wait Don't Tell Me

00:33 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hutchinson" discussed on Wait Wait Don't Tell Me

"You might choose on your voicemail. You ready to go? Yeah, let's go. Let's do it. Here is your first quote. There was ketchup dripping down the wall. That was someone telling us what happened when Donald Trump got so mad he threw his lunch at the wall. It was an account we heard at a surprise hearing of this week called by whom. The January 6th committee. Exactly, Ryan. For January 6th, committee. On Tuesday, the committee held a surprise hearing with one Cassidy Hutchinson, a key aid to Mark Meadows. She was a central player in the Trump White House, but nobody else knew who she was until she testified on national TV at which point the Trump White House said they didn't know who she was. Perhaps the most memorable moment of the remarkable hearing was learning Donald Trump got so mad when he found out his attorney general wouldn't support his big lie about the election that he threw his lunch angrily against the wall, leaving ketchup, smeared on the walls of The White House while shocking to many insiders found it surprisingly civilized moment from Trump. Usually he would just wipe his discarded lunch on Lindsey Graham. I think the bigger surprise is that he threw a hamburger. Yeah. Well, you do know Alonzo. You know, 5 minutes later, he sort of stumbled back in, picked out the food, amidst the shards of China and 80s. It wasn't going to let that go to waste. There was probably this probably a White House aide whose job it was to keep another hamburger ready to go. When Trump's in a meeting, they actually keep a second hamburger at a separate location as a Designated Survivor. It's a lunch. You know, the more and more details of his behavior. I put my parenting hat on, and I was just like, this is just a little baby man who needs boundaries. Right? You know, you have to tell him, like, I know you want to drive the big SUV, but you got to sit in the presidency. Yeah. And you know, you've got to, I know, your soul obsessed. That's what happens when you don't buckle him into the car seat. Exactly. So obviously faith was referring to this another story that miss Hutchinson told about how Trump wanted to join the mob so badly he actually tried to grab the wheel of his own vehicle and attack the Secret Service agent. Well, the question is who was this Secret Service officer and

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The Economy Is What's Driving Voters to the Polls

The Officer Tatum Show

02:03 min | 2 d ago

The Economy Is What's Driving Voters to the Polls

"Right now as it stands, Donald Trump is the FrontRunner in my mind. He's the front ready for president. I'm sick of the drama that surrounds Donald Trump because of these leftist dickies. He can't stand them. I'm sick of them crying every day about him. But at the end of the day, I still want him to be the president. Now I will say that there's people that I've talked to in the lounge and people that are Democrats and never trumpers and they said that they'll vote for desantis and they wouldn't vote for Donald Trump. I want to know what you guys think about that. We posed this question on the show before, but I really want to know what you guys think if you want to call in and give some insight. We did a poll on my YouTube channel. And I'm going to look it up so I can get the accurate and accurate number of how many people actually participated in the poll, let me see community tab, look at the poll. We did a poll, it says, who do you want? To be the chosen Republican candidate to run for president in 2024. We had a 127,000 people participate in the poll. Obviously, 100%, maybe 99% of these people are conservative. But 55% of people said they wanted Donald Trump. 40% said they wanted Ron DeSantis. We did another. We did a few other polls on here. Just so you guys could be aware of what the people are thinking, especially on the YouTube channel. And these are significant amount of people on a poll. I mean, all of these are over 100,000 people polled. One of the things was, and I know some of you guys may have comments about this. What issue do you think would drive voters to the poll most in this year's midterm election? Gun laws, apportioned economy, social issues, other. 90% of people said that the economy, inflation gas prices and stocks. 90% out of a 153,000 people, they voted that the biggest thing that's going to make them turn out in the midterms is the economy.

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Fresh update on "hutchinson" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:25 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hutchinson" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Memorable and definitely historic. Cassidy Hutchinson, she really did deliver some of the most damning accusations against former president Trump. Of course, we all remember as he watched that hearing that she accused him and said that she heard that he had grabbed Secret Service, agent by the neck that he was also trying to grab at the steering wheel of his presidential vehicle because he was so intent on trying to get to the capitol on January 6th after he had told the crowd to go there. This, of course, was after people are already breaking into the capitol. So that was pretty damning. She also said that she overheard and was told that former president Trump said that Mike Pence deserved to be hanged. She also said that president Trump wanted people even with weapons to be admitted into the rally saying that she didn't believe that they would hurt him. And she also said one other thing, which was that she found it to be un American and unpatriotic at two 24. He tweeted condemnation of former vice president Mike Pence as Mike Tyson was literally being evacuated from the building. So there were a lot of accusations there. There have been anonymous sources who have been pushing back on her testimonies and through NBC News and through CBS News. No one with their name so far has done that, but there have been a number of people who have also called out Tony arnett and he is someone who was a deputy chief of staff at The White House at the time saying that he has lied about them in different times. The Secret Service is that they will be cooperative with the committee if they want people to testify. So I think it's kind of money and definitely tense, but definitely explosive allegations. Absolutely. And such a huge story we could ask you a million more questions about just that, but we need to touch upon the continued effect of roe V wade being struck down yamiche. There is more discussion than ever, especially from former senator Joe Biden about the filibuster going away to try to restore some of these rights. What are you hearing? Well, this is really a new political landscape taking shape in the aftermath of the Supreme Court overturning roe V wade. Democrats are arguing that reproductive rights are on the ballot. We heard President Biden this week come out and say that he supports lifting the filibuster rule in the Senate to try to codify roe V wade, even though he said Democrats do not have the votes to do so. So his new strategy is pushing to say that they need two more votes in the Senate because at least two Democrats in the Senate Joe Manchin and others refuse to lift the filibuster for abortion rights or for voting rights. So you really see it on that side. The Democrats really scrambling to get a strategy together that is focused on making the case to voters ahead of the midterms. And of course on the Republican side, you see celebrations, you see now bands going into effect. And you also see Republicans saying this week that Democrats want to talk more about abortion than about rising costs of the gas pump at the grocery store and inflation. So Republicans are really trying to turn the nation's attention back to inflation and really wanting to move past the abortion decisions, but it's going to be a tough

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Caller John: Why the Left REALLY Supports Planned Parenthood

The Officer Tatum Show

01:39 min | 2 d ago

Caller John: Why the Left REALLY Supports Planned Parenthood

"John. Welcome to the outside of the show. Hey, Brandon. First time caller. Then listen to your show ever since it came on sale and I love your show. One of the things that nobody seemed to talk about is the Democrat party, why they're supporting Planned Parenthood. So strongly. And it's because they're taking tax dollars and they're funding Planned Parenthood and then Planned Parenthood in return is then sending money back to the DNC and all these people that are Democrats. So all these Democrats are getting funded through our tax dollars, whether we like it or not. And this is a big problem. And then what ends up happening is once these people decide that they're going to go out and retire because we've got a bunch of Democrats and even some Republicans that have decided to pull the plug and leave, they get to keep all those tax donations. Those donations that people have sent into them. And they get to keep that free and clear as if it was just money earned. We've got a problem in this country. And some of these laws that these politicians have created to benefit themselves personally is what's destroying this country. John, thank you so much for the call and I couldn't agree with you more. These people are crooked. I think that Donald Trump exposed that. If Donald Trump didn't do anything else, he exposed how crooked these people

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Fresh update on "hutchinson" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

01:10 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hutchinson" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"Be true. Stephanie Miller. There you go. It is the Stephanie Nora show. Travis, who said I've had a lot of witnesses tampered with working homicide cases, I had far too many dead witnesses. Witness tampering requires the FBI to interview Cassidy Hutchinson get a warrant right now. These people need to be locked up. Who said that? That was definitely Barbara Gordon. No, it was. Just now. The border verse is alike. We've talked about the urgency. Now these witness emperors need to be locked up now. This is serious. Okay. That's why Karen and Chicago's here. What's going down? Karen's got your back. Hi. Absolutely. Hi. Hi, good morning. You know, I'm starting to wish everybody a happy 4th of July in the form of a question. It's just, this is too much. And it really is, it's just like come on, where are the indictments already? Why is Christopher ray still in the position he's in? I just, I don't get it. And why in God's name, when we know that there are Trump loyalists in the Secret Service, why are they still there? Isn't this Tony ornato? We have Secret Service agents. This is insane. That is a national security threat. These people there. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. You know? By the way, Ali tweeted the losers of the Civil War want to rematch apparently. That's where we're at. Apparently, apparently. Do we really need to say bring it off again? Prefer not to. What we're going to bring on

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The Dealbreaker for Many Conservatives Running for Office

The Officer Tatum Show

02:02 min | 2 d ago

The Dealbreaker for Many Conservatives Running for Office

"Continuing on with the foolery of Janie 6th. I'm just convinced that this is going to be a deal breaker for many conservatives. That are running for office. We have already seen Carrie Lake has come out and made a unequivocal statement. She's running for governor state of Arizona, which is where I live. That's why I care about it so much. She's made an unequivocal statement that the election was stolen. Other candidates, well, I could say Karen Roberson wouldn't raise her hand when the question was asking the debate if the election was stolen. Ladies and gentlemen, I mean, I don't know what to tell you. If you look at what happened in the election, never in the history and I'm a rehash this until I'm blue in the face. There may be somebody that's liberal that's listening to this that need to hear it. Never in the history of our country have they stopped the vote like they did in the 2020 election. There is never occurred in the history of our country that a president won the bear with all but one bill with a county and didn't win the presidency. There is never in history have a president warned the states that Donald Trump won in 2020 and did win the presidency. There has never been a time in history where president has gotten as many votes as Donald Trump did in the increase in votes from 2016 to 2020 and did not win the presidency. These are unprecedented historic markers that have never happened in the history of our country. And you can not tell me that somehow Joe Biden has garnished that much hatred. Think about this. If Biden was that good and delivered that well, why did president and in president Trump did so bad, right? People are saying he handled COVID poorly. He did all this. He got like 10 million more views. I mean, I've used more votes. I could be wrong on that number. But he got millions upon millions more people voting for him in 2020 than in 2016.

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Cheney to Secret Service: 'We Welcome Additional Testimony Under Oath'

The Officer Tatum Show

01:38 min | 2 d ago

Cheney to Secret Service: 'We Welcome Additional Testimony Under Oath'

"Listen to what Liz Cheney said, we're gonna roll clip 9. Listen to what Liz Cheney said in her response to Jenny or 6. Corroboration of Hutchinson's testimony. Did you seek testimony from Tony ornato or Robert engel to corroborate or to refute what she said? I don't want to get into too many details, the committee has spoken to both mister ornato and mister engel, and we welcome additional testimony under oath from both of them and from anybody else in the Secret Service who has information about any of these issues. Do you expect that that testimony will be live testimony under oath like her testimony and for the world to see? How is that going to happen? Look, we have been working with the Secret Service. We've interviewed, as I said, a number of individuals in the Secret Service. We will continue to do so. And I think it is important that their testimony be under oath. Okay, ladies and gentlemen, we've seen this party before we been to this event before. One thing I don't understand is that you're claiming that you spoke to these people, not under oath, you have no testimony from anybody, ingles, anybody else, which is the head of the Secret Service. You have no testimony written down. You have disclosed the testimony and I don't know if they're supposed to bring these people up to testify or not, but why would you bring a person on to produce hearsay when you supposedly have people that have firsthand information?

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"hutchinson" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

05:48 min | 2 d ago

"hutchinson" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"To the off to Tatum show ladies and gentlemen. I'm your host brand and Tatum follow me on social media at the office of Tatum. Also, a lot of people may not know this, but all the articles that I talk about, all the information I have, I actually have writers that write about it at the Tatum report. That's all on my website at the Asuka Tatum dot com. Who is right and who is wrong when it comes to miss Hutchinson. I'm going to talk about her a little bit more today, Cassidy hutchison, the young lady who gave testimony and many believe is a fraudulent testimony regarding Donald Trump being, I don't know Gumby. I don't know what super stretch Armstrong. Reaching through the beast, which is a limousine, it's like 22 feet long, and somehow slapping people and choking people and grabbing the steering wheel and all kind of amazing theories that came from Cassidy Hutchinson and many of them have not been proven to be fact. One thing that troubles me for a, you know, it troubles me dearly. Is that how in the world can you legitimize what you would consider to be witness testimony and the testimony is hearsay? Which means that this is a testimony from a person that does not have direct knowledge or didn't visibly see what she's talking about. How is this anything she say? Make any sense whatsoever when the girl didn't witness anything. This is why in a typical court of law, you can not introduce hearsay. Because if just say my God, Nick over here, if I testify that Nick told me XYZ. And then to verify that, someone goes to Nick and they ask Nick did you tell Brandon Tatum this? And Nick may say, no, I didn't tell him that. If there's no unequivocal evidence or impartial evidence that either one of us is telling a lie, then how do we know who's telling the truth? He may in fact told me that in our lied on the stand, he may in fact told me something different and, you know, now I'm making up something different than what he told me. All of the above is not immiscible in the court of law in any reasonable sense. Because it's not verifiable. It is funny to me that the Democrats have taken his heel and have set up shop to die on it. No one with common sense would think that this would be the appropriate time to talk about January 6th. And then in miss Hutchinson's testimony, she also mentioned that there were people who were writers at the capitol building with AR-15s..

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Cassidy Hutchinson's Hearsay Testimony Is Full of Holes

The Officer Tatum Show

01:14 min | 2 d ago

Cassidy Hutchinson's Hearsay Testimony Is Full of Holes

"Who is right and who is wrong when it comes to miss Hutchinson. I'm going to talk about her a little bit more today, Cassidy hutchison, the young lady who gave testimony and many believe is a fraudulent testimony regarding Donald Trump being, I don't know Gumby. I don't know what super stretch Armstrong. Reaching through the beast, which is a limousine, it's like 22 feet long, and somehow slapping people and choking people and grabbing the steering wheel and all kind of amazing theories that came from Cassidy Hutchinson and many of them have not been proven to be fact. One thing that troubles me for a, you know, it troubles me dearly. Is that how in the world can you legitimize what you would consider to be witness testimony and the testimony is hearsay? Which means that this is a testimony from a person that does not have direct knowledge or didn't visibly see what she's talking about. How is this anything she say? Make any sense whatsoever when the girl didn't witness anything.

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Megyn Kelly: Cassidy Hutchinson's Memory Appeared to Be Shaky

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 2 d ago

Megyn Kelly: Cassidy Hutchinson's Memory Appeared to Be Shaky

Mark Davis: Did Hutchinson's False Testimony Lead to Clark Search Warrant?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:15 min | 2 d ago

Mark Davis: Did Hutchinson's False Testimony Lead to Clark Search Warrant?

LA Times' Lazy Journalism to Challenge Hutchinson's Testimony

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 2 d ago

LA Times' Lazy Journalism to Challenge Hutchinson's Testimony

Media Follows a Hierarchy to Protect Cassidy Hutchinson

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | 2 d ago

Media Follows a Hierarchy to Protect Cassidy Hutchinson

"There's this misconception out there that there's a double standard Of Trump would have done this then And I'm going to kind of go in that direction a little bit here So Cassidy soy's testimony under oath that the January 6th hearing is been just thoroughly eviscerated by facts Trump did not get in a limo He got an SUV so there's no way you were told he got in the limo by a Secret Service agent The language used the beast does not have Secret Service agency but talk She said she wrote a note that various other people are saying and willing to testify to you She didn't write the note They said they wrote the note and they were witnesses I mean these are not insignificant details So you know for a fact if this was a pro Trump person Now it wouldn't be because it's the January 6 star chamber and no pro Trump person is allowed to go up and testify right You're just not You're only allowed to be attacked But let's just say some pro Trump person was up there Rudy Giuliani whoever it may be and Giuliani put out a couple of damning statements like we have evidence that Nancy Pelosi personally called off the National Guard Let's say I'm not saying that happened I'm just saying just play the game with me for a moment You know for a fact that if Pelosi came out and disputed it the headline would read clown Rudy Giuliani loser discredited totally by brilliant wonderful Nancy Pelosi You know that would happen Everybody knows it Now you may say well that's a double standard because the media is now doing everything they can to protect cat to protect Cassidy small a It's not a double standard I can't say that enough It's a hierarchy There's a difference Liberals and their authoritarian totalitarian acolytes don't see it as a double standard They see it as exactly as authoritarians would We're in charge in your not plan a big one

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Two Secret Service Agents Ready to Contradict Cassidy Hutchinson Story

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:26 min | 2 d ago

Two Secret Service Agents Ready to Contradict Cassidy Hutchinson Story

"Reporting comes one day after a former Trump White House lawyer disputed Hutchinson's testimony about a handwritten statement she allegedly wrote on January 6th. Hutchinson testified that she wrote a statement for Trump to release during the capitol riot, however, former White House lawyer Eric hirschman insisted that he wrote the handwritten note present it to the committee during Hutchinson's testimony. The handwritten note of and I'm quoting note that Cassidy Hutchinson testified was written by her was in fact written by Eric hirschman on January 6th, 2021, this according to hirsch's hirschman spokeperson, part of hirsch Hutchinson's testimony are also at odds with members of the U.S. Secret Service, the most sensationalized aspect of hertz testimony was that Trump allegedly tried to take control of the presidential SUV's steering wheel and shouted expletives as Secret Service agents when they prevented him from doing so. However, shortly after Hutchinson's testimony, two Secret Service agents and the SUV, that day reportedly confirmed their intent to make statements under oath that would contradict Hutchinson's story. This is a sham guys. And while we're sitting here, you guys are struggling here. We just talked about how prices are going up for Independence

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Breitbart: Hutchinson Fabricated Conversation With Cipollone

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 2 d ago

Breitbart: Hutchinson Fabricated Conversation With Cipollone

"I saw this on see this on breitbart Cassidy Hutchinson. The former White House aide who was the just 6 committee star witness during a surprise hearing held on Tuesday reportedly fabricated pieces of her testimony about conversations she had with former White House counsel, pat sip alone. You don't say. During her testimony, hutchison claimed that cipollone told her to tell her boss, chief of staff Mark Meadows that former president Donald Trump should not go to the capitol on January 6th. Hutchison testified the cipal owner cipollone. Said, quote, we're going to get charged with every crime imaginable close quote if Trump went to the capitol. The committee's vice chair representative Liz Cheney doubled down on her cause to get sip alone to testify before the committee do to Hutchinson's testimony. Quote, as we heard yesterday, White House counsel pat sip alone had significant concerns regarding Trump's January 6th activities, Cheney tweeted on Wednesday. And she continued, it's time for mister sip Bologna. I'm gonna say cipollone. It just flows better to testify on the record. Any concerns he has about the institutional interests of his prior office are outweighed by the need for his testimony. However, sit below has cipollone has reportedly was reportedly not at The White House on the morning of January 6th. This according to human events senior editor, Jack putt Soviet, multiple sources, including one who was at The White House on January 6th, tell me sip Bologna was not there in the a.m. when hutchison testified that she spoke with

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Brit Hume Rips January 6 'TV Production' Hearing

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:26 min | 2 d ago

Brit Hume Rips January 6 'TV Production' Hearing

"Let's start with Britt Hume. Last night on Fox News with Brett bear, I said grab this because he is slamming the Nancy Pelosi one 6 committee after the hearsay testimony of miss Hutchinson cutting them 11. What it did do now that the testimony is being challenged is it shows why it's not a good idea to put witnesses on that without any cross examination or any viewpoints expressed from the other side of the issue when there is another side and certainly it is in this case. This is what the committee has decided it will do. It will put on a TV production, which is what it has done. And it seems to have tripped itself up on that because the testimony is now being disputed openly by the Secret Service. First of all, I said the beast, but it was the smaller Secret Service SUV, but either way, how does this happen in a committee that's that scripted and that laying all of this methodically out, they call this surprise hearing and then they trip on this and it opens the door to critics of the committee from the beginning. Well, I think it's consistently what the committee has done though. When you think about it, they'll call witnesses before the committee and the witness will be sitting there and then the committee will proceed to play excerpts from the deposition, the video deposition of the same witness. It's a very peculiar way to proceed. You know, I've been around Washington a while. I covered the hill for a long time. I don't remember any committee where all the members were chosen by one party, even the minority parties representatives. And they're all on the same page. They all agree. Well, if you don't have any dissenting voices, this is the kind of thing going to happen. Some mistake. After two of the congressmen were turned down, then the minority leader walked away, but it still does not have any pushback. And where does it go from here? No, you need that to have credibility. You need that. And so does it have credibility at the end, do you think? Well, if this blows up, this sensational testimony, which I don't think advanced the ball on the committee's main thesis. But this testimony which everybody was in rhapsody is over yesterday, blows up and has found to be seriously contested and in doubt, I think that will damage the credibility of the committee and his final work product, whatever that may be. Of course, always right

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About half say Trump should be charged for 1/6: AP-NORC poll - The Associated Press

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 d ago

About half say Trump should be charged for 1/6: AP-NORC poll - The Associated Press

"A new poll finds many Americans say former president Donald Trump should be charged with the crime for his role in the January 6th riot at the U.S. capitol I'm Ben Thomas with the survey results The Associated Press norc center for public affairs research poll finds 58% of those surveyed believe the former president bears a great deal or quite a bit of responsibility for the deadly attack on the capitol and 48% say Trump should be charged with a crime for his role 31% of those surveys say he should not be charged with a crime while 20% say they don't know enough to have an opinion Those views on Trump's criminal liability break down predictably along party lines with 86% of Democrats but only 10% of Republicans saying Trump should be charged The poll was conducted after the first 5 public hearings of the House committee investigating January 6th but before Tuesday's hearing with former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson experts say her testimony provided the most compelling evidence yet

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Rep. Gohmert Calls for Full Deposition of Cassidy Hutchinson

Mark Levin

01:05 min | 3 d ago

Rep. Gohmert Calls for Full Deposition of Cassidy Hutchinson

"Carry picket and Joseph Clark at the Washington times Representative Louie gohmert called January 6th select committee to release the full deposition A former White House say Cassidy hutchison The which she claimed that mister gohmert and other Republican lawmakers sought presidential pardons in late 2020 he flatly denied seeking a pardon for himself mister gohmert said he made several pardon requests for U.S. service members whom he says were wrongfully convicted of crimes while deployed in war zones but he never made a request for himself Why don't they release The full transcripts As a matter of fact Louis on to something As I keep saying she was forced to testify four times the 5th time being publicly Why Because there are pressuring her Why can't we see all these transcripts raw transcripts and see them now

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Jan. 6 committee subpoenas Pat Cipollone, former WH counsel

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 d ago

Jan. 6 committee subpoenas Pat Cipollone, former WH counsel

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the house January 6th committee subpoenas former White House counsel pat cipollone The House committee investigating the January 6th insurrection has issued a subpoena to former White House counsel pat cipollone The subpoena was issued one day after former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testified that cipollone warned against then president Donald Trump going to the capitol with thousands of his supporters We're going to get charges every crime imaginable if we make that movement happen And do you remember which crimes mister cipollone was concerned with In the days leading up to the 6 we had conversations about potentially obstructing justice or defrauding the electoral account Cipollone gave the committee an informal interview on April 13th but he has refused to provide on the record a testimony Mike Gracia Washington

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Why Is Cassidy Hutchinson Considered Credible?

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 3 d ago

Why Is Cassidy Hutchinson Considered Credible?

"Why is this witness cast hutchison considered credible She's seen as credible I keep hearing that Mick Mulvaney the former failed acting chief of staff to Donald Trump He's all in That many faces admit He wasn't an eyewitness to anything but don't worry He knows everything that took place Old Mick Mulvaney That's fine Saw wisenheimer former assistant independent counsel working for Ken Starr He was convinced Convinced that we now have absolute evidence of culpability culpability That Donald Trump has committed seditious conspiracy Wow Based on the testimony of one person Whose testimony was never challenged Or was it This young lady's 25 years old some say 26 years old She's young She was not a senior assistant to the president of the United States She testified before this committee in secret four different times You saw those of you who watched or listened her 5th time Why would they need to talk to her 5 times Why Ask any real lawyer why Because they were wearing her down pressing her pressing or pressing her Many hours each time

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Cassidy Hutchinson's Hearsay Testimony About Trump

Mark Levin

02:28 min | 3 d ago

Cassidy Hutchinson's Hearsay Testimony About Trump

"When you return to The White House in the motorcade after the president's speech where did you go When I returned to The White House I walked upstairs towards chief of staff's office and I noticed mister Renato lingering outside of the office Once we had made eye contact he quickly waved me to go into his office which was dressed across the hall for mine When I went in he shot the door and I noticed I want you to listen to the explicit detail To the explicit detail Mister annatto is a Secret Service agent at The White House Famous Anthony Tony He saw her and he waved her into his office A junior Stanford Go ahead Mister Trump's security detail sitting in a chair looking somewhat discombobulated and a little lost There's a Secret Service agent on the president's detail looking discombobulated and a little lost So who better to call in than miss hutchison Go ahead Did you hear what happened in the beast I said no Tony I just got back What happened Tony proceeded to tell me that when the president got in the beast he was under the impression from mister Meadows that the off the record movement to the capitol was still possible and likely to happen but that Bobby had more information So once the president had gotten into the vehicle with Bobby he thought that they were going up to the capitol and when Bobby had relayed to him or not you don't have the assets to do it It's not secure So the president the president gets into the beast his vehicle And he still thinks he can go to the capitol But he's told by the agent there Bobby No you can't I find this perplexing don't you mister producer Why would the president get into a vehicle thinking he can go to the capitol but he can't So what did they do Go to McDonald's

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"hutchinson" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:10 min | 3 d ago

"hutchinson" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Right here is preemptive and it's reckless. He continues by saying here and this piece. Hutchinson recounted that after numerous discussions among this White House staff and security officials that it was settled that Trump would not go to the capitol, which is to say underlings made the call without the boss, the president would be on board. Trump over did not care what his subordinates said. He said, I'm the effin president. Gliding on the energy of his ellipse speech Trump told the throngs that they'd soon be marching to the capitol and then he'd be going with them. Annie McCarthy does not mention that he said peacefully and patriotically. The peace continues. By repeating the lie that Donald Trump grabbed the agent and it goes all the way through and it ends with this. This is what we learned today. Things will not be the same after this. Why? Why will things not be the same after this? Yeah, I mean, they won't be the same where hopefully more people won't be duped by this sort of thing ever again. But the media did with the media did and it creates this echo chamber. And it's reinforced and the echo chamber by the mockingbird media, just intensifies, by the way, we went through this with bob Mueller. We went through this with the first impeachment call with a perfectly fine phone call with Ukraine. We went through this at every single turn. And yet we just kind of get back into this we get led down these rabbit holes that turn out not to be what we were told they were at all. In fact, directly the opposite of what we were told. Let's play this piece of tape here. Let's go to cut 75. This testimony was very compelling from beginning to end. She obviously had access to all of the players. We are now hearing from the former president on various posts where he questions her accuracy. He goes after her directly, says he doesn't know who she is and said he didn't lunge at the Secret Service, agent and the beast. Cassie Hutchinson is under oath on Capitol Hill. The president is on truth social. Making his statements. What is so compelling, I think, is how it was laid out. But the testimony in and of itself is really, really powerful. Thank you for reminding us Bret that she's under oath that only makes it the possible penalty of what she just committed even greater. Because now the Secret Service who never comments on things publicly says that's all a lie. It's all a lie. But it's not just Andy McCarthy. It's also former Trump White House chief of staff. Mick Mulvaney. I wrote the book the maga doctrine. I'm a massive supporter of president Trump and what he got done. But I believe the greatest and most legitimate kind of piece of frustration from the Trump administration is some of the snakes that were given platforms within the Trump White House. I hear this from all of you. You guys email me freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. I love.

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"hutchinson" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:31 min | 3 d ago

"hutchinson" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"There's a separation wall between the passengers and the Secret Service. It's physically impossible. Here's Cassidy Hutchinson saying that Donald Trump tried to create a new saga in the Grand Theft Auto series, otherwise known as Grand Theft Auto capital city. Play cut 70. Tony described him as being irate, the president said something to the effect of, I'm the effing president, take me up to the capitol now to which Bobby responded, sir, we have to go back to the west wing. The president reached up towards the front of the vehicle to grab at the steering wheel. Mister engel grabbed his arm, he said, sir, you need to take your hand off the steering wheel. We're going back to the west wing. We're not going to the capitol. Mister Trump then used his free hand to lunge towards Bobby angle and this one mister ornata had recounted the story to me. He had motioned towards his clavicles. So that's a really serious accusation, right? I mean, you have a president of the United States that assaults the Secret Service agents. I mean, that's serious. I mean, wow. And by the way, who uses the word clavicles. Assaulted me in the clavicles, the first thing you say, wait, is that like super anatomically specific, by the way? Unless you're trained to say that she was trained in coached, I think, to say that. So okay, fine. She says this, super serious accusation. And I knew it as soon as I heard, it's just like, there's no way that's true. No way. I've been in the beast. You can't do that. And by the way, it's just not something I believe Donald Trump would do otherwise. And guess what? Without any opportunity to do so, they never even thought to ask the Secret Service, hey, is this true? Cut 71. The U.S. Secret Service issued a statement saying it's now prepared for agents to provide sworn testimony in relation to new allegations brought up in the January 6th committee. Play cut 71. Agents are prepared to give sworn testimony in relation to these new allegations. Two sources familiar with the investigation. Tell me that when president Trump returned to his motorcade after giving that speech on January 6 he requested that agents take him to the capitol. Those sources told me that Robert engel one of the agents in the car says something to the effect of that being unwise or dangerous and that the motorcade was going to return the president to The White House. A source close to the Secret Service tells me that president Trump was apparently not happy with it. But the agents in the car would push back against any allegation of an assault by president Trump and the allegation that he reached for the steering wheel. So the Secret Service, which is traditionally not exactly seeking out media attention, they're typically silent professionals that literally is in the name, Secret Service. They are so repulsed by this accusation. That the Secret Service is now talking to the media. Again, it's not the public service. It's not the PR service. It's not NPR. They don't talk to the media as part of what they do. And they are now willing to go on the record, the Secret Service is now willing to go on the record and say, that did not happen..

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"hutchinson" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 3 d ago

"hutchinson" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Yesterday, with an urgent pace, the committee put together a surprise hearing with a White House aide, her name Cassidy Hutchinson. Now I'd never heard of Cassidy Hutchinson before, I knew a lot of people in The White House. I knew a different Cassidy who's one of the sweetest person people ever who worked in The White House and was super loyal to the country and loyal president Trump. But this Cassidy, I had never heard of. Fine, whatever. I didn't know everyone in The White House. I didn't work there. Just did some projects and happened to visit more times than not. So this person comes up and she starts to testify. And she says some very, very serious things. She says some things such as, for example, the kind of scintillating news grabbing headline was the one that Donald Trump tried to hijack the presidential motorcade, otherwise known as the beast. That Donald Trump and all of his fury and all of his anger was so upset with what was happening. He wanted to go to the capitol so badly that Donald Trump put his hand on the collar of a Secret Service agent tried to take the steering wheel of the car and the Secret Service had to push him back. I mean, I heard this, I said, wow, that's quite an accusation. Cassidy, have you ever been in the beast before? Because I have. And that's literally impossible to do. I was thinking this while I was hosting the show yesterday, because again, I'm processing all this. I said, I'm not going to cover this until I have time to really let all this set in, by the way, previously I was more immature with the way I reacted to things like I did with Covington, I would like to think this is a mature response. You wait a day. Do you think about it? You process it, you study it, you examine it. That's what adults do. Children immediately like, wow, oh my goodness, see hijack the beast. I can't believe it. And then all it takes is someone to say, wait hold on a second. You can't do that. There's a separation wall between the passengers and the Secret Service. It's physically impossible.

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"hutchinson" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:00 min | 3 d ago

"hutchinson" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"And so what happened yesterday, I just, I haven't built into my muscle memory now after COVID and masks and vaccines and Ukraine and all the mass hysteria that we live through, I just don't engulf indulge in it. So I was hosting a show as you all know, we were all doing this together. We had a wonderful show together. We were talking about how Democrats were infiltrating the Republican primary and people were just emailing me. Charlie, you got to cover the Cassidy hutchings and Charlie you have to cut the cast and Hudson. And I told my team, I said, look, let's just take a pause. Let's just look at what's really being said, let's see if there's any kind of rebukes to this and find out. And boy was that the right choice. I'm going to tell you exactly why. We were told to care. We were told yesterday that we had to care about what was happening in the January 6th committee. And so we decided to cover other stories. I've learned throughout the years that when the media is insisting that you cover a story when the media is demanding that you engage with their rage, it's usually a bad idea. You see, I've learned throughout the years that the media, the narrative industrial complex, the regime. They prey on your emotions. They want early and enthusiastic comments to try to get people to see things not as they are about how they feel them to be. I've fallen victim to this, as I mentioned, and I've wrote a whole lot better about it. I was doing too many things at once. I didn't, I didn't learn the lessons properly during the Covington kids. Saga, I got the whole Covington thing Covington kids thing wrong. I believe the media on Twitter and I said something to the effect of the Covington kids shouldn't be doing what they were doing. Stupid dumb thing to say. But boy did I learn my lesson? When COVID came when BLM came when Floyd came, when Ukraine came vaccines came, I didn't fall for any of the media bait. You could kind of feel it, right? As you grow and as you learn, there's a certain fever pitch that you have to kind of develop in ear two. We're kind of gets to a frequency and you say, nope. Let's pause. Now, it doesn't inherently mean that everything that is being said is not true. Another example, by the way, would be Kyle rittenhouse. When we refuse to go along with the media, for example, when black rifle coffee attacked Kyle rittenhouse, we refused to go along with all of that. And so all these different examples where we were told we had to believe a certain thing, it turns out there's more to the story. So yesterday, I intentionally avoided any mention of what was happening. I said, why on earth would I cover something where I can't validate cross examine or find out if there's any truth to what is being said? Because there's some very significant things. And so basically, here's what happened yesterday. Yesterday, with an urgent pace, the committee put together a surprise hearing with a White House aide, her name Cassidy Hutchinson. Now I'd never heard of Cassidy Hutchinson before, I knew a lot of people in The White House. I knew a different Cassidy who's one of the sweetest person people ever who worked in The White House and was super loyal to the country and loyal president Trump. But this Cassidy, I had never heard of. Fine, whatever. I didn't know everyone in The White House. I didn't work there. Just did some projects and happened to visit more times than not. So this person comes up and she starts to testify. And she says some very, very serious things. She says some things such as, for example, the kind of scintillating news grabbing headline was the one that Donald Trump tried to hijack the presidential motorcade, otherwise known as the beast. That Donald Trump and all of his fury and all of his anger was so upset with what was happening. He wanted to go to the capitol so badly that Donald Trump put his hand on the collar of a Secret Service agent tried to take the steering wheel of the car and the Secret Service had to push him back. I mean, I heard this, I said, wow, that's quite an accusation. Cassidy, have you ever been in the beast before? Because I have. And that's literally impossible to do. I was thinking this while I was hosting the show yesterday, because again, I'm processing all this. I said, I'm not going to cover this until I have time to really let all this set in, by the way, previously I was more immature with the way I reacted to things like I did with Covington, I would like to think this is a mature response. You wait a day. Do you think about it? You process it, you study it, you examine it. That's what adults do. Children immediately like, wow, oh my goodness, see hijack the beast. I can't believe it. And then all it takes is someone to say, wait hold on a second. You can't do that..

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"hutchinson" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

06:22 min | 2 months ago

"hutchinson" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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Their custom plans include fertilizer and everything you need to easily care for your lawn and with ingredients like seaweed, iron, and molasses, you can feel good with kids and pets being around. All you gotta do is visit get Sunday dot com, put in your address, and their lawn analysis tool does the rest. They then use soil and climate data to create a personal nutrient plan, delivered to your door when you need it. And Sunday is offering our listeners 20% off. Yes, 20% off. Full season plans started just a $129, and you can get 20% off at checkout when you visit get Sunday dot com slash daily. That's 20% off your custom plan at get Sunday dot com slash daily. Ryan, there is one part of your story that I haven't asked you about yet, but I feel like it does round out the picture of this little kid who has since mushroomed into this game breaking NFL player. And it's the part about cats. Yeah, he called his mom not too long ago and said, mom, I'm ready to be a cat dad. And his mom was overjoyed because they've rescued animals their whole life. When they describe the last like 20 years at the Hutchinson household, it sounds closer to a zoo than a house. They just have brought in, you name it. They've fostered and saved pets from shelters. And so she was very excited when he said he wanted to get cats. And that is a very psychologically fraught choice, Ryan. I mean, NFL prospects are asked unironically at the combine like, are you a cat or are you a dog? Well, so that's such an interesting window into the draft process, but it's also a window into 8 and Hutchinson. So he went and he got the two cats, Momo and midi. He loves them. I mean, he loves them so much. He pointed at them once while I was on a Zoom with him. They're his little furry buddies. But he also said, I'm not a cat person. I'm not a dog person. I am an animal dad. And so he's going to have lots and lots of pets, just like he grew up in a household of animals. And you know, he shared this very poignant moment where he said that his mom, they had so many animals as kids. And a lot of them, he has outlived, and it was heartbreaking when they would have to take a dog in or a cat in. And he asked his mom, why do we do this? Why we know they're going to die. And we're not going to have them. And then she kind of just told me it's better to love someone than to never love at all. So I heard that. I was like, damn, well, that's how you do it right there. And you kind of have these animals for different parts of your life. And they're there for you. And yes, that goodbye is so freaking hard, but I think just the moments you have with them, you know, I kind of, in that period of time of your life, I think, you know, it makes it all worth it. And that has stuck with Aidan Hutchinson to this day. Yeah, his childhood, Ryan. 80 Hutchinson's childhood is clearly formed so many of the stories that you've told us here. And I'm curious now. I mean, the one question that I have to ask at the end is, what goals is he writing down now as he heads off into the NFL? I asked him that directly and he paused for a moment, kind of like looked off into the distance and he's like, you know, I don't think I'm ready to say them publicly yet. I'm definitely keeping that to myself right now, but you know, you think of where I want to be in terms of the NFL and you know what you got to do to get there and that's what I'm thinking about. And as he said it, I realized the point isn't the specific goals that he's writing down. Probably, it's that he's writing them down to begin with. So as he was like, I'm going to keep them under my vest for now. I was just like, okay, this guy's whatever he's writing down. He's totally going to do it. I don't know how many super bowls he's going to pencil in. Or how many all pros. But I think you can bank on them. He's going to write them down and it's going to happen. Rai knock and Smith full fledged national sportswriter. Thank you for joining us, man. Thanks for having me. I'm Pablo Torre. This has been ESPN daily. And before we let you go here, just want to let you know that today is the last day to vote for us in the webby awards where we are nominated for best sports podcast. There's a link on my Twitter account at Pablo Torre, or you can just go to vote dot webby awards dot com and search for ESPN daily. We appreciate you. We thank you. And I'll talk to you tomorrow..

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"hutchinson" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

03:29 min | 2 months ago

"hutchinson" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"The smarter, easier way to get a haircut. It's not just any haircut. It's super cuts. When you try and write a profile of an athlete and I remember this from my own magazine writing days, you try and develop some sort of unifying comprehensive theory of the person. And it is NFL Draft season right now and you have the task of profiling and explaining to America Aidan Hutchinson. The guy that is projected to be the number one overall pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars next week. This defensive end, the star out of Michigan. But the way you went to structure your story here, it feels a little different. How do you wind up with the approach that you did? Well, for certain stories you realize halfway through the reporting, like maybe I should just get out of the way and let the stories unfold themselves. And so I noticed when I was interviewing people about Aidan Hutchinson, almost everybody had like three, four, 5 good anecdotes about him, and as I listened to these stories of Aidan Hutchinson, I realized that if you put just these single small stories together, they tell the big story of him. This is a guy who built himself into a top recruit, went to Michigan, his lifelong dream. Became a star at Michigan, and all American defensive lineman destroyed Ohio State to get Michigan to the college football playoff when their biggest game of the year and turn into a Heisman finalist as a senior. Four man rush. They still pressure Morris and Hutchinson takes him down. What a half for Aiden Hutchinson. And I guess if there's one unifying theory, the thing that really jumped out at me as I talked to everybody was how startling it was that of all of these things he's done, so many of them, he at one point in his life wrote down on a piece of paper that he was going to do it. And the idea of this guy, all these stories about him, that he basically scripted is a fascinating human being and it's a fascinating look at the idea of coming up with goals and not letting them be passing thoughts. Let them be your guiding principles. And that's the story of Aidan Hutchinson. At 21 years old, Aiden Hutchinson is a terrifying person. He stands 6 foot 6, weighs 265 pounds, has a 36 inch vertical, runs three cone drills like a slot receiver, and he is to quote the love language of NFL scouts, a freak. But even more eye opening than Hutchinson's draft stock and many of them going number one overall to Jacksonville, is the peculiar way this pass rusher got himself to this point. So today, Ryan hockett Smith tells the story of Michigan's aid and Hutchinson. A story that was authored, methodically, and prophetically. By Aidan Hutchinson himself. I'm Pablo Torre, it's Thursday, April 21st..

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"hutchinson" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

04:24 min | 7 months ago

"hutchinson" Discussed on NFL Live

"Do you have any grasp and I don't know if you can. Do you have any grasp of what your play and this team's play means to Michigan football fans not only now, but will mean to them in years to come. I don't think I ever will because I can only meet so many of them, but I know how many people are out there that are just so affected by our win against Ohio State. I mean, I saw some video on social media of the student cry and saying, this means a lot. And so I see that guy. I mean, there must be a lot of other people out there who feel the same way. So I don't think I'll ever be able to grasp or see the impact of what we've done this season. Let me explain something to you again. We're going to bring it back to my son. Once again, my senior year of Michigan, Michigan won the national championship in basketball, and my college buddies and I went to the sweet 16 and we went to the final in three 16 and Lexington, we went to the final four in Seattle. To this day, I can tell you about every player on that team, what they meant to our college experience and how much joy and happiness they brought us. And so now my son who's a senior, that Michigan and my senior Michigan one, the national championship in basketball and his senior year, the school's vying vying will say at this point to win the national championship in football. There would be some connection. There are some karma some symbolism, having him win it, and all I could tell you is he may think of Aidan Hutchinson the same way that I think of ramiel Robinson and Terry mills and Glenn rice. Right. That's so cool. That's so freaking cool. And hopefully we can get this done, you know, so we can say that. And, you know, that'd be cool. And again, I even last week, as I'm watching you guys get ready for the Big Ten championship and Indianapolis. Another one of our college friends gets in the phone with me. He was at the Michigan Ohio State game flew in. And he said to me, and this will give you an idea of what I'm talking about that the mission Ohio stake into the attended this year was the single greatest sporting event that he ever had attended in his life. Now he's doing this. One of my college buddies, his name is Michael. Okay. Calls me and tells me he's a single greatest sporting event of his life. My point is, I don't believe that that idea is exclusive to him. I believe the people who are in attendance that day. 100%. Bill felt that way. And so they will always think of you and your teammates for all the joy and happiness that you brought them. I texted your head, coach. I texted your defense score. I said the exact same thing to them in text. I'm like, do you realize how happy how much happiness you've brought to so many people? And that's what I think you will learn over time. You make it sick of it over time. Right..

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"hutchinson" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

05:05 min | 7 months ago

"hutchinson" Discussed on NFL Live

"Episode of the Adam Schefter podcast. As the year winds down, we are joined today by two men who have quite a bit in common more than you might think. Aiden Hutchinson, the outstanding young defensive end from the University of Michigan, who figures to be potentially the number one overall pick in the draft in April coming off an outstanding season at the University of Michigan and he will join us to talk about what has been and what is ahead. And then we'll be joined by a man who basically walked down the path that Aidan Hutchinson did only in Columbus, Ohio. Nick Bosa, the outstanding young defensive end for the San Francisco forty-niners who wound up being the second overall pick in 2019 and something of a role model for aid in Hutchinson himself. Both of those two young defensive ends will join us and they are excellent conversations, I believe. Now in Hutchinson, has a real chance to go number one because this is a draft that does not have an obvious top ten quarterback pick. Quarterbacks have gone number one overall in 6 of the past 7 drafts. But this might be the first time since 2013 that we don't even see a quarterback going the top ten picks last time that happened was 2013 when EJ Manuel was the first quarterback taken at number 16 overall and Aidan Hutchinson is going to be a top pick. He's either going to go number one, two, three, right there. Maybe number one and Detroit would make a lot of sense for a guy like Aden Hutchinson. This is a team right now. That's in the bottom 5 and yards allowed per play points allowed per game, sacks, they haven't generated a lot of pressure. And yes, the Lions need a quarterback. But there is an obvious quarterback to draft this year. So that points to a guy like 8 in Hutchinson. And who is the lion's head coach, Dan Campbell? What is he about? Energy. What does Aidan Hutchinson do more than anything else? The guy brings his lunch pail. He goes to work. High motor, high energy. He just fits like a Detroit line. And we will talk to aid in Hutchinson about the idea of him going to the Detroit Lions at number one. The.

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"hutchinson" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

Beyond The Baseline

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"hutchinson" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

"I I just feel like how do you walk into that cold? So I think you know. That's Possibility of a paycheck that is lowering these players but I think also. It's just nuts to me that you would restart your season at a major. A stranger. Of course, that's the other thing that's going to be interesting when these tournaments do come back and we've talked about this is now what are you most looking forward to it that competitiveness in the technical skill in the fitness levels? I. Mean. All of that stuff is going to be so much more of a factor than it used to be just because everyone's coming from such different points, you know I think players already were you know tailoring and tapering different. Points of the season based on their age, their experienced multiple ornaments on their calendar year. Now, this sort of put everyone at the same starting line which I don't know if that actually ever happened before you know I mean we do think of the Australian Open as the beginning of the year, but they are players who? Play tournaments. Winter, you know all December in their players who their first one back is you know a tune up in Australia right right ahead of of. The Australian Open so it's it's really interesting that now all of a sudden you know these players going to be back at a very You know back at a point where they're kind of on the same level. I think you're right I think which players are back is. You know that remains to be seen I've also heard two very different schools of thought about how these events are going to play out. and. Somebody. Suggested to me that this is going to be and I don't know maybe you have thoughts here Again, I'll as as an elite athlete also as someone who follows us, I mean there are two thoughts. One of them is that this is going to be an absolute crap shoot in the same way Kim Clijsters can come in at age thirty seven as a mother of three, and you know be the the MIDSEASON MVP of World Team tennis and beat the most recent major champion. That absolutely, every player in the draws going to have a chance to win this, and this is going to be the most open tournament ever and the other school of thought, somewhat former player who has talking to the other day said. Don't be ridiculous. That's not going to be the case at all. This is really gonNA serve. This is really going to favor the strong players and the favorites and the usual front runners and that it's the US Open to go down the list and it's it's Moo Goo it Serena Andress and It's the top players who have had who are just. Objectively, probably better players and also have had the means to. Travel, first class and higher personal trainers, and that these drugs are going to have more chalk than ever so that they're two very these are both credible people. Both both former players and they have very different ideas of how this is gonNA shake out. One of them says there's going to be the most open. You'll ever see and anyone can win and the other is saying absolutely not. These draws are going to have more chock than ever because the favorites have built in advantage is I don't know if you have thoughts on that. Yeah. You know we've talked about this too and it's interesting to hear both sides of that and in in my heart in my gut, what I feel is I have to go on the side of being more open than ever I just think that you know I agree that the top players definitely have the advantages you know in terms of whether it's as you say, the private flights or training or whatever it is. But the fact of the matter is is that they've always had that right and they've always had this advantage. But there's something about this time on that I think. You know for for certain players lower level There's just I. Don't WanNa say there's this desperate feeling or just I just feel like everyone sort of clawing their way and trying to figure it all out and I think that it's going to really open things up I think it's anyone's game because as I said, there's a a level playing field of sorts in terms of. this this break in this hiatus that happened with tennis all around the world in I just feel like everyone has had a different experience with the coronavirus with everything going on and I think that will bring out qualities in people that maybe we haven't seen before and I think that will shake things up a bit. So I'm on that side I don't know where you stand. I think that's really interesting and I think you're right I. Mean I think the other great wildcard of course was just who's GonNa play? It's pretty clear federal. We know is not and it doesn't look like not. Inclined to play the US Open I mean honestly probably doesn't make a whole lot of sense given that a full vote of clay events. In in Europe media words. Jovovich is You know I've I've heard mixed things on that. So I think some of this is just going to be a function of WHO's in the draw, but I will say one thing that's interesting. The US Ta has been and I think again overall I give USDA very high grades here I think they've been on this I think they have not been sort of blinded by by money or Desire to sort of unconditionally start. There's been a real attention paid to science. I mean I I think Jamie you and I had Dr Brian Hey line on in April, and it was clear that the science and the data and the trends we're going to be what else really guided this. So again, I I give a lot of credit to the USDA and they've had these these calls quite frequently with. All sorts of different constituents with players, agents with the tours, and it does seem like there's some flexibility here and they're changing I think depending on as as of now I was told that depending on where you're coming from, that might change your rooming configuration, and if you come from a hot zone, if you're coming from Florida, you may not be able to have a roommate the same way you. Might if you were coming from Western, Europe so it seems like there's some flexibility built in. But one thing they've been adamant about is they are not changing format..

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"hutchinson" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

Beyond The Baseline

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"hutchinson" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

"Jon Wertheim here, , and it's this week's. . Illustrated Tennis podcast, , we have two guests this week, , a bonus guest in mainstream tennis player guest I. . Am Query joins us. . He is at the Greenbrier in West Virginia where he was laying world team tennis, , and then as he will explain, , is ready to embark on a full season <hes> starting in August, , and we talked to him about what it's been like in the tennis bubble what his plans are for the rest of the season and sort of what the impact of this crazy and cratered year has been on a on a player of his status, , his age. . then. . We have Eric Hutchinson. . He's been on the show before Eric is a friend of big. . Band of tennis and we talk a bit about what it's like to be a solo performer solar artists in the time of Cova probably not dissimilar to being a singles player. . Eric has a new album class of one, , thousand, nine, , , hundred, , Eighty, , eight. . So we talk a bit about the process a bit about this sort of enforced break that we are all on. . What the overlaps between music and tennis. . All right now and some tennis chatter with a big tennis fan. . So <hes> Sam Corey versed Haircut Simpson's second. . Let's start in. West. . . Virginia. . You're. . In the bubble. . I am. . Tennis bubble. . Let's let's start the president as a been. . <HES> IT'S BEEN AWESOME <hes>. . You know for me I hadn't told a match in. . Australian Open because my wife had a baby in February also I mean it's been five months. . So I was excited to go I think all the players here are are really loving it and it's fine and we're finally back plans some competition and it's been great i. mean . the I've never I don't know if you've ever been here. . I. . Know I haven't most you'll have in, , but the resort is awesome <hes>. . So it is a bubble but at the same time you can there's golf fishing a bunch of restaurants you can go. . You know skeet shooting eighteen. . So you're you don't feel like you're just you're playing tennis and going back to your room. . There's so much to do outside tennis, , which is really made it fun for everyone because we are here for for three full weeks. . And it's great to be back in absolute competition and. . Going to court I mean it's going great so far. . Some sounds like summer camp widsom competitive tennis thrown in. . That's exactly what it feels like especially 'cause you're you're in the mountains that it's got a very, , very much camp field. . We're we're only doing this audio. . I have to say you're your backdrop is tremendous. . It looks like I mean you can kind of see like. . Beautiful. . No it's. . It's this part of the I've never been here like I said it's I mean we went ATV and a few days ago, , and you go up in the mountains in the views and. . I. . Spectacular. . Doesn't sound like a bad way to spend July. . What's been the? ? What about sort of the training, , the nutrition, , the hydration everything that comes with competitive playing how have you been able to deal with? ? With that. . I, , mean for me personally that's been that's been tough. . The last like months to find the motivation for practice knowing or not knowing when we're GONNA. . Start. . You know you're kind of always like like apprenticed for like, wow , not studying for I'll just as the next day and then I do the next day. . So you know the last two months I haven't practicing hard <hes> but there's there's a practice shape and there's match shape. . It's hard to really get back into your match shape until you play match. . So. . <hes> I'm doing the best. I . can I've got Christian Cossio who travels with me as like a physio here with me. So . we've been in the gym every day <HES> and working on my body. . So physically actually feel fine <hes> because you know the team that I'm on I'm only playing singles every day. . So I've literally got a thirty minute sets of five. . And that's all the tennis I'm playing. . So off days and even some matchdays I'm finding the other guys have updates in in an extra and extra practice and spending time in the gym and trying to make the most of it won't here. . What's the level play? ? Overall? ? It's been high I. . Mean I've played tennis twenty years because of the incentives this year <hes> online means finals, , winters, , <hes>. . It's intense. . The teams are into it i. . mean every you really feel like everyone's kind of laying it out there and <hes>. . It's made it better. . You know I it's fun of the past but these incentives, , I, , it's it's up the level and there's a few more come on. . There's a the teams kind of gathering around over a little bit more. So . it's it's been really fun and I hope they continue to do is incentives can. . Stays at this level. . Yeah. . I mean I was GONNA. . Say, , this is an interesting. You're . a world team tennis veteran. This . is unlike any other season you've had you just. . League can. . Use this crazy. . This crazy three weeks as a springboard. . I hope. . So I. . Mean Look at Fred Leading Eric Davidson behind it and they love tennis and You know they seem to have the financial backing to help move it forward in a good direction and Like the nave because of what happened, , I mean the level and the talent they have this year is like no other year they've had world tanks. . See this type of caliber players <hes> for a full season. . So hopefully I mean I everyone that plays this year <hes> know especially those top players are GonNa say oh. . My God this has been fun like this has been a great. . Few weeks of practice, , it's fun to be on a team and hopefully for the years moving forward, , they're going to those top players GonNa WanNa do it again. . Give, give , us your your like top top four players of the season. . If you're writing in your MVP, , votes would be Gosh I would have to look at kind of like the the win loss record. . <hes> you know Bethany Matic Santa's up there because she's just it seems like every mixed doubles in every doubles cheese. . You know winning most of those. . Sets. . <hes>. . closers was up there until she got her she was just on fire. . So I'm still GONNA put closers in the mix and then. . <hes>. . Not so I'M GONNA try to I'm trying to think of a guy that's. . been somewhat dominant. . I can't tell I. Don't . know I would need to look at like. . He's been winning losing. .

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"hutchinson" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

Beyond The Baseline

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"hutchinson" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

"This week's. Illustrated Tennis podcast, we have two guests this week, a bonus guest in mainstream tennis player guest I. Am Query joins us. He is at the Greenbrier in West Virginia where he was laying world team tennis, and then as he will explain, is ready to embark on a full season starting in August, and we talked to him about what it's been like in the tennis bubble what his plans are for the rest of the season and sort of what the impact of this crazy and cratered year has been on a on a player of his status, his age. then. We have Eric Hutchinson. He's been on the show before Eric is a friend of big. Band of tennis and we talk a bit about what it's like to be a solo performer solar artists in the time of Cova probably not dissimilar to being a singles player. Eric has a new album class of one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight. So we talk a bit about the process a bit about this sort of enforced break that we are all on. What the overlaps between music and tennis. All right now and some tennis chatter with a big tennis fan. So Sam Corey versed Haircut Simpson's second. Let's start in. West. Virginia. You're. In the bubble. I am. Tennis bubble. Let's let's start the president as a been. IT'S BEEN AWESOME You know for me I hadn't told a match in. Australian Open because my wife had a baby in February also I mean it's been five months. So I was excited to go I think all the players here are are really loving it and it's fine and we're finally back plans some competition and it's been great i. mean the I've never I don't know if you've ever been here. I. Know I haven't most you'll have in, but the resort is awesome So it is a bubble but at the same time you can there's golf fishing a bunch of restaurants you can go. You know skeet shooting eighteen. So you're you don't feel like you're just you're playing tennis and going back to your room. There's so much to do outside tennis, which is really made it fun for everyone because we are here for for three full weeks. And it's great to be back in absolute competition and. Going to court I mean it's going great so far. Some sounds like summer camp widsom competitive tennis thrown in. That's exactly what it feels like especially 'cause you're you're in the mountains that it's got a very, very much camp field. We're we're only doing this audio. I have to say you're your backdrop is tremendous. It looks like I mean you can kind of see like. Beautiful. No it's. It's this part of the I've never been here like I said it's I mean we went ATV and a few days ago, and you go up in the mountains in the views and. I. Spectacular. Doesn't sound like a bad way to spend July. What's been the? What about sort of the training, the nutrition, the hydration everything that comes with competitive playing how have you been able to deal with? With that. I, mean for me personally that's been that's been tough. The last like months to find the motivation for practice knowing or not knowing when we're GONNA. Start. You know you're kind of always like like apprenticed for like, wow not studying for I'll just as the next day and then I do the next day. So you know the last two months I haven't practicing hard but there's there's a practice shape and there's match shape. It's hard to really get back into your match shape until you play match. So. I'm doing the best. I can I've got Christian Cossio who travels with me as like a physio here with me. So we've been in the gym every day and working on my body. So physically actually feel fine because you know the team that I'm on I'm only playing singles every day. So I've literally got a thirty minute sets of five. And that's all the tennis I'm playing. So off days and even some matchdays I'm finding the other guys have updates in in an extra and extra practice and spending time in the gym and trying to make the most of it won't here. What's the level play? Overall? It's been high I. Mean I've played tennis twenty years because of the incentives this year online means finals, winters, It's intense. The teams are into it i. mean every you really feel like everyone's kind of laying it out there and It's made it better. You know I it's fun of the past but these incentives, I, it's it's up the level and there's a few more come on. There's a the teams kind of gathering around over a little bit more. So it's it's been really fun and I hope they continue to do is incentives can. Stays at this level. Yeah. I mean I was GONNA. Say, this is an interesting. You're a world team tennis veteran. This is unlike any other season you've had you just. League can. Use this crazy. This crazy three weeks as a springboard. I hope. So I. Mean Look at Fred Leading Eric Davidson behind it and they love tennis and You know they seem to have the financial backing to help move it forward in a good direction and Like the nave because of what happened, I mean the level and the talent they have this year is like no other year they've had world tanks. See this type of caliber players for a full season. So hopefully I mean I everyone that.

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"hutchinson" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"hutchinson" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"Now my aim in this series is that you will hear from a wide variety of teachers sharing a wide variety of experiences. We've already had a couple of technology. Focused episodes looking at the use of things like Microsoft teams. Zoom and Google classrooms to try and make remote teaching work. But we've also had episodes focused on the practicalities of simply setting students work. When for example he can't guarantee students will all help devices. All you've got family responsibilities of your own home. We've also heard from mass teaches but also known math teachers to seat this any difference there. But there's been one thing that we've been lacking and this episode I in tents. Put it right so this time around. I spoke to John Hutchinson now. One of the main aims at this series was to speak to teachers of different age groups. John is assistant had reach Academy Felton. Which is a through school which means that they have pupils from year to through to year. Thirteen now's we third in the series. The challenge of setting work remotely teaching older students is problematic enough. And how does it work for younger students? Well Janis team have an answer in the form of daily videos. They record that the students watch at a time of the day that suits them they then do work on paper on the parents. Take a photo an email through at the end of the day. We discussing this episode exactly. Why John and his team chose to do this. And how's it working and best of all there's a link in the show notes that takes you to all the videos that John and his team produced which may be useful if you're a teacher or if you're a parent of younger students now as a warning the sound quality is a little ropey at the start of the conversation but thankfully that soon source itself out. I really hope you enjoy this one. I know you well please stay sick. Okay so is great pleasure to welcome to.

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"hutchinson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"hutchinson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The Hutchinson river parkway a serious crash investigation still underway several vehicles involved in this accident meanwhile in the George Washington bridge at least one line blog on both levels in both directions for overnight construction and then sent to the Holland tunnel is closed also the closure of the inbound sound too but the Lincoln tunnel until five AM restaurants expressly hearing about trouble on the eastbound side between the deacon and Jerome Avenue it's a fresh on the left and center lanes of lease the tenant of the money coming across the Alexander Hamilton bridge on the bonuses for us when I was told the initial in the right lane this is going to be in the album direction by the build Burge good news on the cross on the distal vehicle cleared south bend utopia parkway the crash in the garden state parkway south bound at exit one seventy one one clip like some Rogers talk radio seventy seven W. ABC entertaining talk for New York New Jersey Connecticut handle world and American original talk radio seventy seven WABC the radio dot com John that show I welcome so that's going to host we observe domestic politics we begin in the well of the.

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"hutchinson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"hutchinson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The right song but make no mistake about it not saying all the all the loony to not jobs are on the right that are better trump supporters I wouldn't make that statement but up this guy certainly is a trump supporter any is a nut job his name is quite Hutchinson quite Hutchinson what a great name well hi Hutchinson Hutchinson is the guy that was in Alabama not a shocker he lives in Alabama by the way and he is probably one of those guys that thinks of a woman has an abortion should go to jail for twenty years ago for the electric chair but anyway there's this baby trump balloon when people are on strike outside of this trump rally and Wally Hutchison decided to take matters into his own hands and puncture this poor baby trump alone and I felt horrible for the balloon and we have a little audio he went on the show never heard the Rick and Bubba show no I don't I never heard of that show before but anyway he called into the Rick and Bubba show you know it's big time yeah the band it's gonna take time to the Rick and Bubba show and so what Hutchinson this is him the first time anybody in public has heard this guy calling into this radio show talking about good and evil and why he decided to puncture the baby trump balloon here it is I'm not I'm not young but I'm not old I'm gonna metal like a lot of people my age don't really keep up with the news and politics like they should what I want news every night I watch fox news every night three I live in a mobile home I got three to the operator going on out where I get so mad about people not taking a stand and you know they want throw the land of most callaloo use religious against you like you should not like this this stuff but I'll tell you there's none of that when I was bobble just as we do there you go which bring out a lot news John Kerry would use them thank you when we're selling that a woman temples by so this this was this was your turning of the temple tables yes there are many you've got to take the stand you don't we don't have two parties anymore we have a good versus evil when you've got one party as it is okay to kill babies why not far from my member saleable get mad about chopping up a baby all well one of these one liners went on to say I got all fired up when I rolled by that balloon and I wrote down that window when I said something to let them and let them now and I figured they saw me so I decide to put matters into my own hands and I decided to stab that baby JT bride you hear the Connecticut guy drop in the Alabama started that said that that accident is Nicolas Cage and con air all my god that is give me my money give me my but first all this guy sounds like he has two teeth but the body asking about forget about where he lives back in the box okay forget about where you live forget about how stupid he sounds you got her up people in the western up there up north man let let me explain this okay first of all this guy's making himself out to be some sort of hero okay but he did something great because he stabbed a trumpet alone he actually is make himself out to be a martyr yeah he really is mentioning and he's he's he's he's a referencing the Bible JD somebody had to do something right it had to be done I had to be done I had to stab the fake baby comes in he said it comes to a point when you got to take a stand we don't have two parties anymore we have good versus evil you know I'm so sick and tired of people saying stuff like that you know Eric trump was on the the racist which he shall Laura Ingram last night and Eric trump said the same right wing talking points that everybody on the right is great and everybody know left is evil just shot up okay they're evil people on both sides of the aisle I don't care whether there's a D. next your name or our next your name every person is different every opinion is different and for this moron who probably is a Klan member by the way because he certainly sounds like one and looks like when he fits the profile he probably it wears his white grand wizard Cape every night at dinner thanks that showing up to a protest of people with a trump baby a trump balloon baby and puncturing a balloon he did something so wonderful and so great that right he's a martyr he's a hero he thinks he's part of the the the trump ISIS clan or something I don't know what the hell this guy thinks he is but obviously his delusion all this is the kind of guy I'm telling you right now this is the kind of guy we have to worry about these are the types of people that are gonna walk into Walmart and execute innocent people okay these are the types of people what sort of mind a stretch this is why we should have red flag laws okay god that that thinks he's a martyr that says good versus evil that decides to punch draws loon was the balloon living no but that's not one point walk but was a balloon breathing but that's not the point when people use that sort of verbiage that he used it shows your number one that he has an extremely low IQ I think we all can agree I don't argue that that he's an extremely dumb individual and when Donald Trump gets on a stage and Donald Trump say for example demonized as illegals says Mexicans are rapists and bad people and I suppose some of them are good people somebody with a twenty I. Q. like this loser like this moron who probably doesn't have a job who probably never had a job a job for a long period of time in his life who is extremely stupid is gonna listen to the words of Donald Trump and perhaps act on them now I hope I'm wrong about this guy I hope that doesn't happen but this is not something to entertain this is the type of guy that should not own a weapon this is the type of guy that I believe we should all be worried about this extremism and listen don't give me this crap I think you're making an extremely thin connection between someone who punctures a baby and someone who murders multiple people in a Walmart to get on this this person is calling all Democrats evil that's fine this person you can have his opinion that is me is gonna take it got it one about people to Walmart but I'm not done yet but this person is using very similar verbiage in attacking Democrats that that man did walking into Texas el Paso into that Walmart and executing twenty two people do I know for sure that this guy would take it to that level I hope I'm wrong I don't know all I'm saying is these are the types of people that are extremely dumb that will take it to that next level first of all how to mentor you as as an individual right to do something like that how to mentor yours Evansville to to to plot a pocket knife and a burst a balloon you have nothing better to do with your time and listen also the same thing to those people that are protesting outside of trump rally so I could do any good why even show up just stay home don't vote for Donald Trump in two thousand twenty stay home I say that to all protesters in any out when he had minister stretch Sanders and yesterday and minister stretch said that he was gonna close down Fremont street on Martin Luther king day and he said he was going to do that because he doesn't agree with the homeless a new ordinance by the way I don't agree with it either but I don't agree with the way he's going about it I don't understand these protesters they want to inconvenience everybody else you know at whose expense people like you and me people are going to work okay so I don't agree with the protestors either what they're doing in the war on you got you guys understand the reason Brian for the protest it's up to bring attention to an issue right that's three if there's a there's a method to the madness the reason why to do it it's not like they're just doing it in out of thin air you know that's the purpose of a of a quote unquote protest is to draw attention to where is what it is they want to dress there are ways of drawing attention without inconvenience sing a bunch of people that are on the way to work their ways of drawing attention without being arrested I do not support people that want to protest and think it's okay to spend our taxpayer money to be arrested to spend our taxpayer money and hold up street so people can't go to work or in case of an emergency ambulance passing in a city like Los Vegas where tourism is king and has been for a long time when you do something like like stretches was trying to or thinking about putting together the Las Vegas police does not have a round they they will get it done they will get it taken care of very very quickly but going back to this specific issue I think it's important to note that this guy quite Hutchinson who sounds like a real dummy is charged he's charged with felony first degree criminal mischief in relation to the slashing of this trump balloon apparently he was in town for the Alabama LSU game and a presidential parents by of course Donald Trump he's not gonna get any jail time and I don't know if he has a police record I'd like to find out about that but what we do know is that he was charged with felony first degree criminal mischief and if he thinks he's some sort of martyr or some sort of hero for doing this season and we also know he does not know the difference between don't and do not he's not very good of conjunctions problem is now the highest IQ but that being said just because he yeah we we can all make fun of them all you want making fun of his accident Sir but I'm not going to just make an assumption may make if any connection between him and and puncturing a balloon baby and him actually killing someone with a gun well what I'm saying is he is that correct well I'm not gonna do that well I'm saying is that type of person and what I mean by that is when you call Democrats all evil people I would need a lot more than that the runner extremely dumb I think it gives you a better chance of committing a heinous act so if you're in if you are a semi intelligent dumb the new red flag laws to prevent you from having a got now but I think if you puncture a Donald Trump balloon and you say dumb things you call Democrats evil yes I think I do think red flag laws should pertain to you but we're gonna go I want to get into the Gulf I don't think that's enough I want to get into the gun control issue right now but we are going to get into that coming up in our number two with Bob when who has a lot of experience when it comes to guns that he owned his own gun store all right we're gonna take a quick break and when we come back.

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"hutchinson" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"They don't they're hard to get a hold of you don't know if they have a cell phone all these things, and so it's just very difficult sometimes to let people know as even if the state says they're trying to educate people to the extent that they can that doesn't mean everyone's going to find out. What do I guess what? What do Republican officials say when you kind of bring that to them? Right. You know, this isn't a case of people saying, well, I feel like I shouldn't have to work for the benefit of them trying to dodge benefit. What do they say? When you kind of bring these legitimate cases to them of people. You know, like you said falling through the cracks on these kind of Byzantine requirements. So when I spoke to I spoke to both the governor governor as Hutchinson who who was spearheaded this push and his director of human services second, you know, Sidney Gillespie both of them would basically would say, I guess in response to that one is that they've been doing all that they can't educate enroll as and they have been doing a lot. You know, they've set up phone lines. They've done outbound calls they've sent letters they've tried. They've said they've tried to to educate people about this change. And when they think there are issues, or you know, things are falling through the cracks, and they have tried to make accommodations or updates in response to that. But I think it's just inherently the nature of these types of programs. They can make all the outbound calls in the world and those. Mean you're right cell phone number the right phone numbers of the right addresses for people. I even saw one of the notices that was sent to an enroll e saying that they were subject to the work requirement, and that an exemption of theirs that they had had was ending. It was really confusing. A lot of the language is really confusing. It was conflicting. And I thought you know, who who's writing these is anyone really reading them. And how does someone even begin to understand that they might lose their coverage because of of this rule, so it's not easy? And I think that one of the things that I thought was really telling about what governor Hutchinson said in particular was that and to an extent, I think this is true. They could do everything perfectly in the world. And people would still hate it. The critics would still say that this shouldn't be happening. And it's because they inherently believe that Medicaid should not have requirement like this in it. And they're still bunch lawsuits out there over that right over just the ability of. Yes. Right. So arkan. Consi- is one of two states. The other being Kentucky where there's been litigation filed to to stop this from from happening less point on on the Arkansas story, which again is great and listeners can find in the show notes. The title of your story Rosh is on this conservative experiment, though. As some critics would say, this isn't really an experiment. It's actually happening through thousands of people. This is not like a model that that doesn't have any real world impact, which is a line of criticism that I think bears some scrutiny. Let's end the podcast today with just a quick debate. Seema Verma is the official at the Trump administration the CMS chief who's stamping these approval. She's talked about Medicaid changes adding requirements as things that she wants part of her legacy is Seema Verma the most influential Trump healthcare appointee. And if not who is. Looking at me like he wants me to go first. Oh, this is top..

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